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RTP, N.C. (October 13, 2011) — DocuSource (www.docusourceofnc.com), a full-service integrated marketing solutions provider, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary as a Triangle enterprise. The company is led by CEO Kathy Murchison, one of the most successful women business owners in the area. The celebration will include a client-appreciation event in October.

“I’ve been blessed to be involved in many business endeavors throughout my career, but the last 10 years leading DocuSource have been especially rewarding,” says Murchison. “Our success stems from maintaining a solid focus on customers and providing our associates a good work-life balance.”

Dedicated to meeting the needs of clients, DocuSource has grown through diversification. Starting as a digital printer in 2001, today DocuSource is an on-demand powerhouse, offering extensive variable-data publishing, as well as order fulfillment and distribution services with an emphasis on nonprofits and Fortune 500 companies. DocuSource has experienced significant work-force growth as well. Beginning with 14 employees 10 years ago, DocuSource now has a team of 40.

While building a thriving business during the past decade, DocuSource has held true to a strong belief in corporate giving. The company and its team members consistently donate their time, services and funds to help improve the quality of life for Triangle residents. DocuSource has supported more than 20 local organizations. These include: Red Cross, Girls on the Run, Be Active North Carolina, Boys and Girls Club of Wake County, Meals on Wheels, SPCA, Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation, the Women’s Center of Wake County, the Durham Crisis Response Center, and the Raleigh and Durham Rescue Missions.

DocuSource’s history reaches back to 1990, when Murchison and Adele Fine, DocuSource co-founder, created Plain Paper Solutions. The company became an award-winning small business in Research Triangle Park, N.C., and was sold to IKON Office Solutions in 1997. The two paired up again to form DocuSource in 2001.